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Saturday Morning Breakfast

2023-10-02T06:52:50-07:00October 1st, 2023|

“There are people in the world so hungry,

that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”

Mahatma Gandhi

Psychologist Abraham Maslow famously described food as the most fundamental of human requirements in his pyramid of human needs. For most of us, living through a period of time without

Audrey Horowitz Piano Studio

2023-10-02T06:52:57-07:00July 23rd, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Audrey Horowitz, owner of Audrey Horowitz Piano Studio

It takes a lot of bravery to learn to play the piano. Students might play the wrong notes, make mistakes, or feel nervous playing for others. Learning can be a vulnerable


2023-09-14T09:15:00-07:00June 11th, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Karla Erovick, owner of Magnetic Marketing & Social Media

Being an introvert on social media can be a challenge. You know you SHOULD put yourself out there and be visible for your business and yet it can feel terrifying if you

United Investigation Services

2023-05-15T05:57:18-07:00May 14th, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Evie Powlison, owner of United Investigation Services

United Investigation Services investigators have extensive experience in the industry and are committed to providing clients with high-quality investigation services. With a focus on delivering accurate and reliable results, United Investigation Services is

Coaching to Connection

2023-05-12T05:46:20-07:00April 30th, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Susan Cook and Sandy Weller, owners of Coaching to Connection

Coaching to Connection McMinnville OregonWhat we offer:

Women’s Awareness Workshops

Mid-life and beyond exploration workshop

One on one coaching and couples coaching

Informational group talks

We believe.

Each person has purpose and a calling– an impulse, a

Creating a Space You Love

2023-04-20T05:56:37-07:00April 16th, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Jessica Caviness, owner of The Clutter Slayer

When we look around in our homes, we can often feel overwhelmed with the clutter or even the amount of organized stuff that we possess. I find it helpful to take a step back

Furrow & Flour

2023-04-15T08:44:28-07:00April 2nd, 2023|


It’s taken about two years of writing, re-writing, taking photos, and more photos to publish our little book Furrow & Flour. My older sister Sarah Kuenzi and I Beth Syphers,

Chris James Cellars

2023-03-22T06:42:41-07:00March 19th, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Beth Barnes, Owner & Operator Chris James Cellars

Chris James Cellars is a local boutique winery and vineyard that is family owned and operated by Beth and Chris Barnes. Our estate vineyard is west of

Give your kids less screen time and more green time!

2023-02-21T06:06:18-08:00February 19th, 2023|

Guest Blog Post by Amy Nelson, with Outdoor Education Adventures

Outdoor Science Explorers (OSE) is a seasonal enrichment program that gets kids outside playing, adventuring, and learning.  This nature immersion program for kids 5-11 years old is designed to build self-reliance and social skills, and

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